The 2013 NBA Playoffs According to Kobe Bryant: King James Leads Miami to Victory

The 2013 NBA Playoffs According to Kobe Bryant: King James Leads Miami to VictorySteve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Making the NBA Finals is never easy. The Miami Heat defeated the Indiana Pacers last night in Game Five 90-79 behind 30 points, eight rebounds, and six assists from LeBron James. The Heat made their run in the third quarter outscoring Indiana 30-13. Miami didn't get too much from the other two of the Big 3, but Udonis Haslem filled the void with 16 points on 8-9 from the field.

Indiana was led by 27 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists from Paul George, as well as 22 points and six rebounds from Roy Hibbert. Two keys for Indiana were the backcourt and the bench. George Hill and Lance Stephenson combined for five points on 2-11 shooting, and their bench produced just eight points in the game.

"Yup, I know that smell all too well. It's blood. Pacer blood. Bron Bron knows what's up. #MambaOut"

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